N/APosted on - 08/14/2011
I'm an XP User & I've Secured my Data with the help of "XP User Account Password".
But I Realized that this User Password Doesn't Provide Protection in Safe Mode, as there is another User Account (Administrator) which allows anyone to use Computer in Safe Mode & all my Data is at Risk.
(Below is a sample Safe Mode Welcome Screen)
Please tell me, How Can I assign a Password to this Administrator Account in Safe Mode, in Order to Protect & Restrict the Safe Mode use of my Computer?
How to Password Protect Safe Mode Administrator Account?
Yes, you are right that in XP even if you have password to the main administrative mode, safe mode will left unprotected, to secure that you have to give password in the safe mode account allows ,,to reach their restart your window was it displays ,,press "Del" for setup or when black screen is their press f4 or f9 continuously ,,,until options comes of ,,,
open in safe mode
open with most recent files that worked,,,
click on the safe mode and then open your administrative account and set password their,,,its same as setting password to main account…..and you full account will be secured….guarantied